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Instant Rationalization - Bad Gavin makes his long-awaited return, Sox settle for series split

Instant Rationalization - Bad Gavin makes his long-awaited return, Sox settle for series split
It had been a full two starts of Gavin Floyd not allowing any home runs, not being punished on poorly located fastballs, or conjuring a general sense of dread and ire from the fan base. Sunday that returned, and the Yankees offense and ballpark were in no mood to cover that up.  A double play... Read more »

Instant Rationalization - Viciedo salvages Axelrod's fine outing

The Sox seemed all set to waste a great start from an unexpected source.  They trailed 3-1 heading into the 9th, after Hector Santiago had offered an insurance home run to Mark Teixiera the previous frame. Even though teams with so-so closers regularly throw up marks like ’58-2 when leading after eight innings’, those two... Read more »

Brent Lillibridge saves White Sox with a catch for the ages

Brent Lillibridge is an unabashed scene-stealer.  (See both plays courtesy of Lookout Landing‘s Jeff Sullivan here) Tuesday night’s 3-2 White Sox triumph in the Bronx had plenty of options for story lines. Paul Konerko’s 2-run 8th inning blast gave the Sox the lead and looked to redeem an offense that cranked out 10 hits but... Read more »
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